Whether shopping for leather goods at Buffalo Jackson or around the internet, you’ve probably noticed that products are made with different types of leather. Sadly, many consumers aren’t familiar with the terms “full grain” or “top grain,” and instead they look for the words “genuine leather.” But, if a leather bag or jacket is listed as genuine leather, it’s not actually a good sign. At least, not where the leather’s quality is concerned. “Genuine leather” has essentially become a catch-all phrase for anything that is technically leather. However, if you’re looking for true leather quality, you’ll want to look in the direction of full-grain or top grain leather products.